Crews tested the new electromagnetic catapult system on the USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier on Tuesday.
Uber and Lyft would be regulated by Michigan without the option for local regulations under a package approved by a state House committee.
A federal lawsuit claims a Muslim woman’s religious rights were violated when she was forced to remove her head scarf.
A 43-year-old man was arrested in Kentucky on criminal sexual conduct charges out of Michigan.
Police in Florida say two Michigan boys shot a BB gun at four people who were relaxing by the pool at an apartment complex.
Authorities say a juvenile sustained serious injuries in a single-car crash believed to have been caused by a drunk driver.
Police are turning to the community for help tracking down a lingerie store robber.
Competing legislation in the House and Senate would take different approaches to regulating services like Uber and Lyft.
On this episode of “To The Point,” we look at two very different subjects being discussed in Lansing.
Michigan state archaeologists say a shipwreck found in Lake Michigan isn’t the Griffin, the earliest known wreck in the Great Lakes.
An 11-year-old boy has arranged a fundraiser to by a bulletproof vest for one of Muskegon County’s finest: K-9 deputy Rex.
The first West Nile virus activity in Michigan this year was detected in crows in Ingham County.
Mitchelle Blair is charged with killing two of her four children and storing the bodies in a home freezer.
Traveling by train may be the new way to travel between big Michigan cities — if people are interested, that is.
Gas prices jumped around 30 cents in West Michigan this week, with some areas seeing a 50 cent increase.
Gov. Snyder signed the law letting faith-based agencies with state contracts decline to participate in adoptions that violate their beliefs.